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An Off-hand Hint. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
An Off-hand Hint. 'Dan,' said a contractor to one of hi* trusted employees, ' When you are down see: ing about that lime this morning, 1 wish you would mention to Deropsey that I would like to have that little bill paid. You needn't press it you know, bnt just mention it to him in an off-band manner,' ' Yes sorr.' ' I got the money from Dempsey, sorr,' said Dan on his return. ' I'm very glad. You merely mentioned it to him in an off-hand way, 1 suppose V ' Yes, sorr, I gave him the bill and towlnd him if lie didn't pay it, I would lot off me hand and give him a wipe in the jaw that he wouldn't forget for a while, and he paid
SYDNEY, TUESDAY. Terrible Shipping Loss. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
SYDNEY, Tuesday. Terrible Shipping Loss. Tbe latest news from the coastal districts confirm information of the total loss of the schooners and vessels, Fawn, Bannockburn, Spur wing and Hastings at Byron Bay. The coast is strewn with wreckage -x- ™;ioa .TfiHsio. Matilda was lost at Evan's reef, Clarence River ; all hands saved. Two other vessels, names at present unknown, ashore at Brunswick Eiver. It is believed the crews are drowned. Weather along the coast . ris moderating, and e^ery appearance of fine weather setting in. Ketch Lady Lome founded at Clarence Biver, one sea man drowned.
A Sad Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
A Sad Case. A woman in Bridgeville, after being de prived of speech eight months, suddenly be gan talking the other morning, . and evinces a strong disposition to make up for lost time. Her husband has Bailed with an expedition in search of tbe North Pole, and hopes when he rctujns home, two or three years hence, to find his wife's present garrulousness io its normal condition. It will be just that man's luck to escape being frozen to death in the arctic regions.
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. PRODUCE MARKET. Mr H. Clarke, Produce Merchant, Vic toria Wharf, Sydney, reports;— Butter, 9d to Is Bacon, 4fcd to 6d Cheese, id to 6d Lard, id to 5d Hides, 2d to 3d Bark, £6 to £8 Maize, 3s 2d Eggs, 12d to 18d per dozen.
Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Produce Report. Walter Hopo, Commission Agent, 197 SuBsex-stroet, Sydney reports as follows : — Chart' (prime) L7 Os to L7 15s per ton. „ (,'nd quality) L5 10s to L6 10s per ton. ' (straw) £3 6s to £5 0s. Hay (Lucern-.) L5 0s to L5 10s per ton. „ (Oaten) L7 10s to L8 10s. Potatoes (New Zealand) L5 5a toL5 10s. „ (Circular Head) L5 ISs to LC 6s. Onions (New Zealand) L23 0s to £24 0s. Flour (best roller) £13 Oa to £13 10s. Feed Oats 3s Os to 3s 4d per bus. Seed Oats 3s 3d to 3s 6d per bus. Barley 3s 3d to 3s 7d per bus, Mttixe 3s Od to 3s id per1 bus. Pollard Is Id to Is Id per bus. Bran Is Od to Is Id per bus. Batter la Od to Is 3d per lb. ' Cheese Cd to 7 Id. Bacon Sd to Gd'. Lard Sd to 6d. Honey 4d to 5d. Eggs (Northern) Is -d to Is 5d. „ (Southern) Is 5d to Is 6d. Fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d. Ducks 4s 6d to 6s Od. Geese Cs Od to 8s. Hen Turkeys 5s 6d to 7s Od. Cock Turkeys 10s to 13s Od. Calves 10s 6d to 35s. Kangaroo Skins 10s to £1. Wallaby Skins 3s to 11s. Opossum Skins 4s to 15s per ...
Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Home Rule. It will be noticed upon reference to our advertising columns that the. committee appointed to make all arrangements in con nection with the visit of Sir Thomas Esnionde tu Moray*, are invited tt- meet at the B«y*l Hotel on Monday evening. As the visit in definitely arranged for the 30th of August, we anticipate a fall attendance. . The secre taries have courteously handed us the follow ing letter for publication : — 'Replying now to vour favor of the 11th inst., 1 bee to in form you that at a meeting of the Ceutral Committee of the Irish National League held here on Tuesday, 16th instant, it was arranged that Sir Thomas Esmonde would' address a meeting at Moruya on the under noted date. The committee tender their thanks for your valuable suggestion as regards Milton. The omission of Candelo has also been repaired. The full list of the tour and dates appears in current Preeman't Journal of this week. I have written to the gentlemon whose names you were kind enough to send ...
AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
AunusT. 4th— Cob.-.r,;on,C^Hri.-. Creek 3, Cornnna 7.30. JVi-h. wi 7.30, ill-. JJox«Jl. .1th- (.'.iriinnn 7.:« (Lecture on Hilly Hrny). lltli- l:.;i-miga! I], Tilba (Lyceum Unll)2.3Q, Co iy:'l«;-7.:*. ;Slli Uubni-gu Jl, Bcrmngiii 7.30, Mr. V. Colwcll. Cuiuuiia ?t.'.nO Mr. Kcgun. L'-J,-J-Uba (SJr.. Moon's). 1), Contain 2.80, Koorooma.J.-SO. ' . . ? -??'?? A. PALMER.' ?/?'*.'*- ||he:*J|joruga Himed ,Fai-, Ftarittn, frtt. Mobuya, Wbdnehdat, July 24, 1889.
Judge Backhouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Judge Backhouse. The Bega Standard says, 'The pnblio ' express their great pleasure and satisfac ' tion in the appointment to tho Bench in ' this circuit t)f Mr. District .Conrt Judge ' Backhouse, and the general wish is that ' His Honor may long hold the position. ' Judge Backhouse, by his courteous and ' very gentlemanly demeanour to the offi 11 cere of the court and to .those haying buai ' ness in it, his commanding, presence on ' the beuch, his thorough inrnartialitv to all ' parties concerned, his knowledge of the ' law in all its intricacies, and the very great ' care and patience bestowed by him on all ' cases brought before him, render him a ' gentleman who 'will maintain the honor ' and respect of all. We have pleasure in ' welcoming Judge Backhouse to this circuit, ' and in expressing the hope that he will ' long grace the bench, we know we are ' merely echoing the sentiments of tbe pub ' lie.' [Could wordB say more. What about the poverty of the English language now?]
Wild Margaret. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Wild Miii'fciii'et. p.1 CHAITEK XXI. i; Austin Ambrose was his only companion, Austin leaving him only ; -br short intervsi!?, which ho spout in town. Vigilant as a lynx, untiring as a sleuthhouiu), Austin Aiulirnsc kept continual watch and guard, liy a series of accidents, Fate had assisted ? his Schemes, and he felt himself the winner' almost already. A few turns more of the wheel and he would have violet Graham at his feet. Kevenge is a powerful nioter, so 3s the love of money, but when they act together, then the man who harbours them is propelled like astuuii) engine — swiftyyet carefully, and therefore, barring accidents, surely. Gradually the long absent strength came back to Blair. As the doctor had said, he had a wonderful -constitution, and it did more for him than the great Sir Astley or' the great ' Sir ' anybody else could have done, and at last one morning he remarked, in the curt manner jrhich had now become habitual to him, — ' I should go up to town, Aus tin.' ' To ...
THE BURGLAR BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
THE BURGLAR BOOM. TnF. metropolitan journals team with ac counts of the exploits of the burgular genii, nnd we notice that ono of the Insurance Companies lias met the new state of things by insuring householders against loss by burglars. ' In this new adoption of the in surance business wo sec some trouble for the company. For instance, a dishonest man could insure bis valuables, then hideordo away with them, nnc' represent tlmt burglars wera responsible for tlic loss. What proof would the company require us to the goods being tonajido annexed by a genuine burglar? The sworn testimony of ' the latter gentleman would not always bo forthcoming, and we apprehend he would be the only witness to give reliable evidence, unless he asked oftB oi the household to wjtriess tbe bnrglary with the view of facilitating the due payment of ; the policy. # - '?. ' v The burglar opederoic has for some time 'j ??. ' -been on the increase in Sydney, and now it '; ha* assumed tremendous and alarming pro...
Rather Cutting. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Rather Cutting. In a case of indecv assualt heard at the Tamworth Quarter Sessions last week, his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Murray spoke thus :j — ' Of conrae people who enjoy Zola's novels will remain in court during the course of this case, and those who do not prefer to iutcrfore with 'the course of justice by preventing tho girl from giving her evi dence as clearly as she might otherwise do, will also not withdraw. Under the circum stances of this case 1 shall not even suggest to the audience that they should leave the court. Of course I shall have more respect for the man I see leaving the court than the mail I Bee remaining.' A number of people then left, and returned at the conclusion of the girl's evidence. — Maitland Mercury.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
'Certainly the best medicine known is Samder ind Son's Ebcalyfti Extbact. Test its emimjutly wwcrful effects in coughs, coIub, influenza ; the ?cliof is instantaneous. In serious cues, and acci lents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scald Dge, bruises, sprnins, it is the safest remedy- -no welling— no inflammation. Like surpriimig effects il'cvluccd in croup, depthcria, broucliitis, iufliujiinu ion of the lungs, hWisllinys., &c. ; tliarrlKca, dyaeii ery, Oiaeoaus «if the ki'lncys and urinary organs, n use nt hospitals and mivical clinics alt over the lobe ; patronised by Hit Majesty the KinB of Uitv ; crowned v-ith medivl Mid diploma at Inter atonal lCxhil-ii.i»n, Aniftcnhun. Trust in this apTovcd articl* ; *n*l reject all others. Grateful— Comforting. EPPS'SJOGOA. BREAKFAST. 11 ]!ya thorough knowledge of tbc natural laws ?which govern the operation of digestion and nutri* tion, anil by careful application of the fine proper ties of well-sclcrtcd cocoa, Mr. Epps h»s prov...
How to Boil Meat and Fish. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
How to Boil Meat and Fish. Meat should be put into water that is nearly boiling ; the reason is that it contains albumen, and albumen coagulates in water that is boiling or just below boiling point. When meat ib put in very hot vrater the albumen coagulates, and forms a sort of film on the outside of it ; this film suffices to keep the juices in the meat, but as meat is not a heat conductor like metal, the heat of the water is not at once comma' nicated to the inside of it, where we do not wish to coagulate IU alburaen, as it would make the r hard to do so. Having put it in ? , water, it must be cooked wit'.uu;, being allowed to come to a For the same reason fish mu i put in hot water, with the e . _ - tion of mackerel, which must only be put in warm water ; this differ ence is on account of their very tender skins, which break' if the water is hot, and that spoils the ap pearance of the fish. ' An American went to one of his friends who was in an hospital. ' Well, and how are vou g...
[?] Lawns. [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
a Lawns. irry depths of Luna trod her ; (hn cricket ..., ? , j.ursucd hie tit i»/ d.incn — 'twas in the Hlurn'nous b;ilmy niylit that these two met by chance. Thoy met j she was a tender thing, with lustroun shining eye, and down tho garden puth bhe moved, warbling stvect ? melody. He paused to listen ; on she sped, with footfall soft and light. They met upon the tennis lawn that peaceful fiuuiiiier ni^ht. They met; with throbbing pulse and heart he spoke in ac cents low. Into her glancing eyes there camn a stronger, deeper glow ; then up tho appleiree she swarmed ; thence at him fierce she upat — he was my own bull pup ; And she, my next door neighbour's cat.
Moruya Post Office [Newspaper Article] — The Moruya Times and South Coast Journal — 24 July 1889
Horuya Post Office I Mulls for a'y.in.iy. i:n,i,i*uui'.f«uil-Araliii.-u clow daily. Viiiln.v.--.«x.-l'Iu-l, at 10 11.111. Poi tfc(M. Y..i.i.v.;.-; i:,,i-ii:u, ™-l Ik-rguliu, iW daily, Mi'imavaiikriiii'ir.;, .a ».:sj -..iu. I'orlt^-.-iiMii'H !i.?,uui M..jw,«:i.«u- on Suii.lav- ktlOp.nu mil oii'\Veilm\.iuy» mid fri.L.ii ul 1.30 p.m. Kor Kiora doses Mcliiemlays w.--l .Sntiinlayii «t A30 |hin. Mnils from Sy.lnev, r.mi.Uro.,1 , ami Aruluuii nra rcceiraMuily, Mun'iiai'k vxivuled, atdji.m. From Ik-ga, i:oImij,'u. HuJnUa, will Bcrgalia, daily, pBriiAVti exi'i-pto!. nt 10 p.m. iwteuiKii's i!oy ami Miyo -m Mondays ut V..'iO p.lu. ; Tiiur^liiVH ;u 12 i,.,on, uinl on Natunlnyn -ij hours alter aniviil --f tttcumer from .Sydney. A Sydney l«g is aiso revive! l.y tliw mail. ? Kiura \\ utlnuulayiioiiit Sauinlaya ut 12 uoon. orric-i; iiovhx. Tim fast Office «r ojKjurut'uIiilly front Sn.ni. until 6 l-.m. on week -layii, uml un Sundays from 9 u.ln. to lOn.in. Money Order nud Suviiifis llauk Oflice opeu...